View Full Version : MRPs = Insulin Spike?
I never thought about this until the other day. But the maltodextrin in Meal Replacements would cause a spike in the insulin, would they not?
... Something to think about.
05-14-2001, 01:44 AM
Yes they would ........ perfect for after training though.
But what is Insulin ? Think you'll find one of it's funtions is to carry !!!!!
05-14-2001, 12:38 PM
Yah, that's precisely why I use MRPs after workouts, and cottage cheese, tuna, etc. the rest of the day.
I've never really had a set time to use MRPs. It was just when I was running late or whatever. I wonder if that's what didn't allow me to cut off the fat so well at the very end. Either that or I plateaued.
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